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Get ready for dance dhamaka starting 24th November every Saturday and Sunday at 8:00 PM
Chennai, 21 November 2018: Keeping in line with its motto of offering differentiated content, COLORS Tamil, the youngest GEC in Tamil Nadu, is all set to launch its first-of-a-kind dance-off reality show, Dance Vs. Dance. This marks superstar Nakul’s foray into the Tamil television space as the judge of Dance Vs. Dance. He will be united by nationally acclaimed choreographer Brinda Master on the panel along with the very vivacious Oviya as a celebrity judge. Set to go on-air from 24th November 2018 at 8:00 PM, the show will be hosted by hard core dance enthusiasts, Kiki Shantanu and Murattu Single Mirchi Vijay.
Said, Mr. Anup Chandrasekharan, Channel Head – COLORS Tamil, “COLORS Tamil began its journey by offering content that resonates with the viewers of today. After the success of EngaVeetuMapillai, we wanted to come up with something that captures the attention of our young audience. Dance Vs. Dance is aunique format that gives a platform to the brilliant talent pool that this State has to offer. The show has been very well shot creatively as well as technically. Under Brinda and Nakul’s guidance coupled withKiki and Vijay’s antics we are certain that the show will strike a chord with the viewers. I also take this opportunity to thank our Sponsors as together we hope to forge a successful partnership.”
Dance Vs. Dance is a unique dance face-off format curated to spruce up the primetime entertainment need of the viewers. The key element of this disruptive format entails a dance-off by two individuals on the same song. The duo will be adjudged basis their style, élan and creativity in choreography. As the competition progresses, each contestant will vie to be on the coveted ‘throne’ which will mark them safe and help them advance in the competition.
Commenting on Dance Vs. Dance, renowned choreographer Brinda Master said, “Tamil Nadu is a land of many celebrated dance forms. Dance is an integral part of the state that there is simply no celebration without us shaking a leg. It gives me great joy in joining hands with COLORS Tamil channel to begin a new journey that truly seeks to bring into limelight talented artists not just from the city, not just from the country but from across the globe. This is the first time we are going to be witnessing a dance-off reality show in Tamil TV space, which makes this journey all the more exciting and enthralling.”
Adding to this, Actor Nakul, said, “I am equally excited and curious to make my debut as a judge in Tamil Television space. COLORS Tamil has given me an opportunity to be alongside of a legendary dancer like Brinda Master from whom I am yearning to learn a few moves during this journey. The format of the show is innovative and it offers dancers an opportunity to showcase their creativity, which makes this show stand apart from the regular clutter. The grand stage curated by COLORS Tamil to shine the spotlight on talented dancers from across the globe is truly commendable. I am looking forward to a fun-filled journey with many, many exciting moments.”
The hunt for talented and passionate contestants began as early as August and over 70 participants were handpicked by a team of qualified professionals from across age categories starting from 8 to 45. Their love for dance and level of professionalism will exceed the expectations and help the show reach remarkable heights. The show will be spread across 13 weeks and telecast over the weekend in the prime time slot, 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM.
Let’s get your weekend pumped up with power packed dance performances in Dance Vs. Dance starting 24th November 2018 from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Catch all the sparkling performances and dynamism only on COLORS Tamil. The channel is available in all leading cable networks and on all DTH platforms – Sun Direct (CH NO 128), Tata Sky (CHN NO 1555), Airtel (CHN NO 763), Dish TV (CHN NO 1808) and Videocon D2H (CHN NO 553).